Planning Application in Oxfordshire

Whether you’re a homeowner or a developer, we will arrange the right planning specialist to assist in the most effective way possible, carefully considering each project on case by case basis.

Most regular householder projects are relatively straightforward. Although, each Local Planning Authority can work in their own individual way, having certain aspects of proposals they will and won’t support.

Over a number of years, we have developed relationships with the various Local Planning Authorities across Oxfordshire and know many of the Planning Officers within each of the Authorities.

When dealing with period or listed buildings, we work with our partner Heritage Consultants, many of whom are former Conservation Officers.

They will lead and advise the design team in terms of what should win the favour of the Local Planning Authority Conservation Officer but also deliver the scheme our clients really want to build.

As such, we are able to assist with period and listed building work and can prepare and submit listed building consent applications as well as regular planning applications.

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Our team are on hand to discuss your requirements, saving you time and stress and bringing your ideas to life.

Tailored to you

Ensuring that every stage of the planning project is designed to suit your requirements

Your single point of contact will take time to understand your specific needs and your budget. They will lead you through every step of the process and bring all of the pre-build elements together:

  • Architectural Design
  • 3D Visualisation
  • Preparation of Architectural Plans
  • Planning & Building Control Applications
  • Structural Engineering
  • Build-over Agreements with the Water Company
  • Party Wall Advice

We handle this complex pre-build stage for you – saving you time and stress to bring your ideas to life and prepare your scheme so that it’s ready to build.

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